With each passing day, it seems, the cloud over Utah Attorney General John Swallow becomes darker.
With the case for Susan Cox Powell apparently having hit a dead end, the case appears to be cold. Read more »
For a century, the Boy Scouts of America has provided the young men of Utah an unparalleled program of character development through outdoor adventure, leadership training and service. The state's... Read more »
The warm-weather recreation season is beginning, and Utah families will be wise to take note that according to public health agencies, those most vulnerable to death and injury from... Read more »
In the 1940 romantic comedy "The Philadelphia Story," actor Jimmy Stewart's character soothes the fears of Katharine Hepburn's character, who worries he may have forced himself on her while she was... Read more »
Frances J. Monson’s legacy of quiet service will continue to shine bright for generations. Church members and friends of the church worldwide will mourn her passing Friday at the age of 85,... Read more »
Utah's new law banning teenagers from using cellphones while driving is a good thing. The legislation encourages young people to drive responsibly and minimize the risk they pose to others. It also... Read more »
The legal limit of alcohol should be lowered to help increase the safety of those on the road. Read more »
Drivers on the Timpanogos Highway face another year of orange barrels and traffic jams, and taxpayers are justified in demanding an explanation Read more »
In the wake of the announcement that the IRS specifically targeted tea party groups in the 2012 election, both sides need to come together to review and reign in the IRS. Read more »
Every day that passes without resolution to the messy allegations against Utah Attorney General John Swallow is another day in which Utah's administration of justice has to operate under a cloud of... Read more »
It's been 50 years since Betty Friedan released "The Feminine Mystique" and set out to address what she identified as "widespread unhappiness" among women. Read more »
A rigorous debate is underway in Washington over how wiretapping laws may be applied to social media or other web-based platforms, and the issue takes the nation to an historic crossroads of policy... Read more »
"Benghazi happened a long time ago." Those were the words of White House Press Secretary Jay Carney, clearly exasperated in the face of questions about an event that took place just last September.... Read more »
Teachers are indeed the backbone of progress in society. Often they work with little recognition, taking delight in individual students who master even the smallest concepts on the endless road of... Read more »
Recent reports indicate significant progress is being made in addressing the problem of chronic homelessness along the Wasatch Front. Agencies that track the homeless population have new evidence... Read more »
There are no winners in the tragic incident that took the life of a referee in a youth soccer game in Taylorsville — not the victim's family, who lost a husband, father and friend; not the... Read more »
Executives at Kennecott Utah Copper have unfortunately found it necessary to lay off a number of employees while coping with a landslide of an almost unfathomable scale at its Bingham Canyon Mine.... Read more »
Even its most ardent advocates are starting to notice that the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare, may not be so affordable after all. Read more »
Just because a drug may be safe for a girl to use, in terms of how it interacts with the body, does not mean its use — and the behaviors that make its use necessary — are healthy for... Read more »
When new technology arrives that could help police officers conduct surveillance work, it is understandable that law enforcement agencies are tempted to acquire it and put it to use. But that... Read more »
The lesson from last week's quick and decisive congressional action to alleviate long lines at airports seems to be that the more visible your problem is, the more likely you are to get some sort... Read more »
Salt Lake Mayor Ralph Becker tells of 11 community meetings over the past 12 months and reams of public comments on file about proposed Sugar House streetcar routes. Read more »
The bombings in Boston and the foiled plot to derail a train in Canada are fresh reminders that this is an age in which people might be aroused at any moment by news of another attack on security.... Read more »
Imagine being a young person on the verge of adulthood whose life consists of foster homes, whose real parents are unfit and whose recent past is filled with a series of names and faces that seem... Read more »
Improving the quality of Utah's air during winter inversions and the summer ozone season won't come easy and it won't be cheap. Because the bulk of this problem comes from the tailpipes of millions of drivers across the state, the... Read more »
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